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My career in handicraft began long ago with refrigerator–bound crayon drawings, and has moved through many stages and degrees of messiness. I have experienced, and loved, charcoal, oil paint, steel, bronze, copper, wood, film, linoleum, paper, and plaster, and the list goes on.
I entered eagerly into the digital world, and the boundless possibilities continue to astound and enthrall me. Upon discovering coding, I realized that these languages are reminiscent of other languages that I have studied and fallen in love with.
Design is of great consequence for me—I love making art functional, and I love making function beautiful.
My bachelor degree is in Art, from Yale University, and I have a certificate in Graphic & Web Design from Boston University's Center for Digital Imaging Arts. I have also studied poetry, foreign languages and jewelry making at places like Rhode Island School of Design and Harvard Extension School.
I am a member of AIGA.